|Zerstörte Vielfalt Exhibition|
However, one of my favorite museum's is, in fact, not a museum at all. It's Berlin's Open-Air Exhibitions, which are temporary installations displayed throughout the city. This year, the Open-Air Exhibition is Zerstörte Vielfalt (Diversity Destroyed). Located at 11 historic sites throughout the city, Zerstörte Vielfalt tells the story of the many Berliners that were persecuted, deported, or murdered under the Nazis. Zerstörte Vielfalt looks at Berlin's lost artistic and scientific community of the 1930s. It's moving, informative, and worth seeing.